Pricing is available and orders may now be placed for the 2022 frontlist collections of books on Project MUSE.
With the addition of eight journals in 2022, all of IUP's subscription titles will be on the MUSE platform with fulfillment handled by the Johns Hopkins University Press
Project MUSE today launches a new MUSE in Focus on its digital platform, “MUSE in Focus: Humanity’s “Code Red” on Climate Change.”
Project MUSE is excited to announce a flexible and cost-effective new way to acquire scholarly books on the platform. MUSE Books Custom Collections allow libraries ultimate choice, to design a collection that meets their needs and their budgets.
The Royal Irish Academy has chosen the Project MUSE platform to host their journals, beginning in 2022.
Project MUSE is delighted to announce that, beginning in 2022, five subscription journals from the Modern Humanities Research Association (MHRA) will be hosted on the MUSE platform.
Project MUSE partners with UNSILO (a brand of CACTUS) to offer AI-generated content recommendations. UNSILO recently completed the initial indexing of the Project MUSE content collection and enhanced related content recommendations appear throughout the platform.
Project MUSE has received a $75,000 planning grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s Public Knowledge Program to study the innovative business model for open access journal publishing known as “Subscribe to Open.” MUSE Open: S2O will assess how Subscribe to Open (S2O) might be coordinated across multiple journals and publishers—the potential pilot could transform access to humanities and social sciences journals.
Project MUSE is pleased to announce seven additional journal titles now available on our platform.
Project MUSE Serves as Host Platform for New Initiative
Central European University (CEU) Press, in partnership with COPIM, is pleased to announce that our Opening the Future initiative is now fully live, and member access to the programme’s curated backlist of books is available from Tuesday 19th January, through Project MUSE.
A selection of scholarship from Project MUSE publishers exploring the political and societal forces that built up to the violence of January 6th.
Four Project MUSE journals are recipients of awards from the Council of Editors of Learned Journals (CELJ), presented during the 2021 Modern Language Association (MLA) meeting earlier this month.
New Additions, Title Status Changes
Project MUSE is pleased to announce four additional titles that will be joining its Premium Collection of journals for 2021. Acta Koreana, Labour History: A Journal of Labour and Social History, Urban History Review, and The Yale Review join two previously-announced titles - The French Review and T’ang Studies - bringing the total number of new additions to the Premium Collection to six journals.
What are the urgent issues facing publishers and librarians? What threats and opportunities will shape the future of digital publishing in the humanities and social sciences? What areas call for better communication and shared understanding?
Project MUSE will offer five new subject collections, along with titles from eight additional publishers, in its book collections for the 2021 calendar year. The 2021 Complete collection is expected to be 7% larger than the prior year – offering nearly 3,000 newly-published books, about 200 more than the 2020 Complete. By the end of 2021, the Book Collections on Project MUSE will offer well over 68,000 titles, from more than 200 distinguished university presses and related not-for-profit publishers, providing a wealth of essential, vetted, reliable digital scholarship to libraries, researchers, instructors, and students worldwide.
The Central European University Press (CEUP) announces that it is transitioning to an open access (OA) monograph programme through its new library subscription membership initiative, Opening the Future. CEUP will provide access to portions of their highly-regarded backlist and use the revenue from members’ subscriptions to allow the frontlist to be OA from the date of publication. The Press is working with the Community-led Open Publication Infrastructures for Monographs (COPIM) project. Project MUSE will serve as hosting platform for the subscription packages and new OA titles.
Project MUSE is pleased to announce expanded and enhanced journal hosting services for 2021. Originally introduced in 2015, MUSE’s hosting service has provided an option for publishers to place journals on the MUSE platform outside of its renowned Journal Collections Program. Project MUSE will introduce new, streamlined hosting fees for 2021 in order to make the services more accessible to a wider variety of non-profit publishers.
After a pause for the pandemic, Project MUSE is proceeding with the launch of a long-planned anniversary website that collects the stories and celebrates the milestones of “25 years supporting digital scholarship.” The anniversary website features a new video, a timeline of the platform’s evolution and growth, and reflections from 25 current and former staff members and associates. It also includes a new read-for-free curated selection of MUSE content from a variety of publishers called “MUSE in Focus: Charting the Digital Humanities.”
How will the World Order be altered by Covid-19? Read what visionary leaders across broad specialities have to say, in a new open access book from Johns Hopkins University Press, available on MUSE.
Project MUSE is pleased to share information about seven more journal titles now hosted on our platform. These titles are not included in MUSE Journal Collections, but are either open access or available to institutions as individual title subscriptions.
(June 7, 2020) Getty Publications, the award-winning publisher affiliated with J. Paul Getty Museum, Getty Research Institute and Getty Conservation Institute, has joined Project MUSE with the goal of providing academic libraries with broader and easier access to a selection of its highly regarded art and art history publications.
Aarhus University Press has joined Project MUSE with the goal of making available to academic libraries their full list of highly regarded books in archaeology, anthropology, arts, and many other humanities and social sciences disciplines. Both front and backlist titles from Aarhus University Press will be available as part of Project MUSE's ebook collections beginning in January 2021.
In the past week, Project MUSE has partnered with the community of not-for-profit scholarly presses providing journals and books on our platform to offer significant amounts of that content for free. More than 50 publishers have chosen to temporarily make content freely available to assist with access for the many students, faculty, and researchers now working remotely due to the global public health crisis of COVID-19.
In response to the challenges created by the global public health crisis of COVID-19, Project MUSE is pleased to support its participating publishers in making scholarly content temporarily available for free on our platform.
Amid ongoing concern about COVID-19, Project MUSE’s top priority is the health and safety of our employees. We are all currently doing well, and we very much hope you are too. We understand the concern and uncertainty you may be experiencing around this evolving situation, and we want to assure you that we are committed to being responsive to all of our customers' needs.
Pricing and other details are now available for all of Project MUSE’s 2020 book collections. By the end of the 2020 calendar year, MUSE will host over 63,000 titles from more than 120 distinguished not-for-profit publishers from around the world. Our 2020 Complete collection will offer nearly 3,000 newly-published humanities and social science titles from our expanding group of university presses, scholarly societies, academic centers, and related global publisher participants.
Project MUSE is pleased to welcome four additional publishers contributing titles to our Book Collections on MUSE for 2019. Arc Humanities Press, Harvard University Asia Center Publications Program, University of Missouri/Missouri Review Books, and University of Tampa Press books will be available on the MUSE platform starting next year, joining nearly 58,000 titles from more than 100 distinguished university presses and related scholarly publishers in the humanities and social sciences.
Nearly 300 open access (OA) books are now available from Project MUSE, the highly-acclaimed online collection of humanities and social science scholarship, on a newly designed platform that represents a major step forward in OA publishing in these fields.
Project MUSE’s newly redesigned website is now live.